I stayed in this property during Martin Luther's King holiday weekend in January. I walked from downtown Phoenix to the hotel. It took me 50 min. The route was safe. However as you approach the motel you get this "weird feeling" that you don't wanna walk much around there because maybe something bad will happen. Again its not unsafe - I walked even at night and nothing happen. It looks like an industrial area. No shops around. A convenience store is a few blocks away ~ 20 min walking. The property itself is excellent. Trust me this Travelodge is good.The building was in good shape and it has a nice swimming pool. While walking in the hotel, in contrast to the surrounding areas, you get a good feeling. Little noisy however. There is train coming by that makes some noise.The hotel clerks were fine also. A Chinese family operates it. I asked them some info about nightlife in Phoenix and they were willing to help me. Rooms were clean. TV was also entertaining: You could watch adult movies for free! Breakfast was average. Typical like any Travelodge. Note however that even though they claim wireless internet, internet WAS NOT available in my room (or any room?). In summary, this place is a good hotel in a not so perfect area. Given the price however I think its a good choice. The only think that I didn't like was that there is nothing around there (at least to the best of my knowledge).
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